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One-Line Wonder Workshop:
Create powerful one-liners that get shared
People’s attention spans are getting shorter and shorter.
Now more than ever, people want short, powerful, and punchy lines that they can identify with, remember, and share. And that's what we'll create in this mini-course!
Hey! I'm Jess.
I'm the founder of Headbands of Hope and author of Chasing the Bright Side.
I'm passionate about helping women monetize their story through speaking and writing. 💰
One of the best ways to reach an audience is through short, powerful one-liners. So let's start creating them!
Reasons why you should start creating one-liner quotes:
- Easy content creation (it's way easier to write one line than an entire article)
- Quotes can be easily branded
- They trigger an emotional response
- They're easily consumable (which means they're more likely to be consumed)
- Quotes are shareable which means more exposure and impact for you
- One liners make complex stuff SIMPLE (for you and your followers)
Sharpen your message
Discover what you want to be KNOWN for. Then we'll start building your one-liners around that message.
Over 100 one-liner mad libs
Once you've defined your message, use 100 copy + paste templates of proven one-liner structures and all you have to do is fill in the blanks!
Start gaining credibility
One-liners show clarity of thought leaders. People want to follow and engage with leaders who are clear on their ideas.
One-liners make it EASY for people to share your words
Sharing is the key to getting traction.
(If you have a business account, you can see how many times your post is shared. Screenshot to the left).
Likes and comments are great, but shares happen when your followers say: This is good stuff you’re putting out and I want my people to see it too.
You can use one-liners for:
- social media
- speaking engagements
- book writing
- email subjects
- article headlines + key takeaways
- product or company tag lines
- podcast interviews
Or just casually drop one in a conversation and watch the heads start nodding 🤗